Medicine Creek Hunting

Medicine Creek Hunting We offer 1 to 5 year leases, to hunters for Whitetail deer or Turkeys. We currently have over 60 hunters with us for Fall 2015 season! Our Hunting Lodge
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Ready to find those SPRINGTIME flowers in the timber,  Friends?The TURKEYS ARE SURE GOBBLING!
04/08/2019

Ready to find those SPRINGTIME flowers in the timber, Friends?
The TURKEYS ARE SURE GOBBLING!

Happy Monday, everyone!
Make it beautiful!

😊...31 days...🌿🌷🌿

Peace

Deer and Turkeys are searching for the new Green Grass!!!
03/27/2019

Deer and Turkeys are searching for the new Green Grass!!!

03/23/2019

Didn't get a picture, but our yard was filled with DEER this morning, also the Creek Bottom also, the Turkeys were gobbling like choir practice, and it really LOOKS and SOUNDS like SPRINGTIME!!!!!!!!!!
So nice to see and hear!!!!!!!!! :-)

Life in Camo
02/14/2019

Life in Camo

To all our “deer” friends and followers....

📸 credit: unknown

Just south of our house, just past the yard!
01/26/2019

Just south of our house, just past the yard!

Praying for all farmers and others who have to work outside!
01/23/2019

Praying for all farmers and others who have to work outside!

Goes for ranchers as well.

Hunting
01/22/2019

Hunting

Hahahaha!

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01/17/2019

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Apply online for MDC spring managed turkey hunts starting Feb. 1Apply Feb. 1 - 28 through the MDC website at www.mdc.mo....
01/17/2019
Turkey: Spring Managed Hunts

Apply online for MDC spring managed turkey hunts starting Feb. 1
Apply Feb. 1 - 28 through the MDC website at www.mdc.mo.gov/springturkeyhunts.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri youth, archery, and firearms turkey hunters can apply online for 2019 spring turkey managed hunts Feb. 1 - 28 through the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) website at mdc.mo.gov/springturkeyhunts. Managed hunt details and application procedures are outlined on the webpage. Drawing results will be posted starting March 15.
Spring turkey hunting youth weekend will be April 6 and 7 with the regular spring season running April 15 through May 5. Permits will be available starting March 1.
Detailed information on spring turkey hunting will be available in MDC's “2019 Spring Turkey Hunting Regulations and Information” booklet, available where permits are sold beginning in February. To learn more about turkey hunting in Missouri, visit MDC's website at huntfish.mdc.mo.gov/hunting-trapping/species/turkey
Buy Missouri hunting permits from numerous vendors around the state, online at mdc.mo.gov/buypermits, or through the MDC free mobile app -- MO Hunting -- available for download through Google Play for Android devices or the App Store for Apple devices.
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Missouri turkey hunters can apply online for 2019 spring turkey managed hunts Feb. 1 - 28 through the MDC website at mdc.mo.gov/springturkeyhunts.
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When to apply February 1 through February 28. Before you apply You must be 11 years old or older by the date of the managed hunt in order to apply. You must be hunter-education certified or exempt prior to the managed hunt. You must be between 11 and 15 to attend a youth managed hunt. Some managed h...

Awesome Buck,  crossing Medicine Creek!
01/11/2019

Awesome Buck, crossing Medicine Creek!

11/27/2018
huntfish.mdc.mo.gov

MDC reports young hunters harvested 2,556 deer during late youth portion of season
Top counties were Wayne with 47; Ripley with 46; and Franklin, Macon, and Osage with each having 45 deer checked.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that young hunters ages 6 through 15 harvested 2,556 deer during Missouri’s late youth portion of the 2018 deer hunting season, Nov. 23-25. Of the 2,556 deer harvested, 1,140 were antlered bucks, 336 were button bucks, and 1,080 were does.
Top counties for the late youth portion were Wayne with 47; Ripley with 46; and Franklin, Macon, and Osage with each having 45 deer checked.
Last year’s harvest total for the late youth portion was 3,115 with 1,299 being antlered bucks, 453 button bucks, and 1,363 does.
Archery deer hunting continues through Jan. 15, 2019. Up next for deer hunting in Missouri is the antlerless portion of firearms deer season, which runs Nov. 30 through Dec. 2. Lastly the alternative methods portion will run Dec. 22 through Jan. 1, 2019.
For more information on deer hunting in Missouri, see MDC’s 2018 Fall Deer & Turkey Hunting Regulations and Information booklet, available where permits are sold and online at bit.ly/2pamBwF
For current ongoing preliminary harvest totals by season, county, and type of deer, visit the MDC website at on.mo.gov/1jjz7Ew.
For harvest summaries from past years, visit on.mo.gov/2fyMaBN.
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Young hunters ages 6 through 15 harvested 2,556 deer during Missouri’s late youth portion of the 2018 deer hunting season, Nov. 23-25.
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Congratulations to our PA and CO  HUNTERS! 4 nice bucks + some does...Bow AND Gun hunters!
11/16/2018

Congratulations to our PA and CO HUNTERS! 4 nice bucks + some does...Bow AND Gun hunters!

Some of our awesome Hunters don't quit after dark!...Check out their Trophy Board of nighttime hunting action in the Bar...
11/14/2018

Some of our awesome Hunters don't quit after dark!...Check out their Trophy Board of nighttime hunting action in the Barn!🤗

Get a nice Deer,  Hunters!!!
11/10/2018

Get a nice Deer, Hunters!!!

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11/09/2018

Hope to get some good pictures SOON...hunters are bringin' them in! :-)

11/07/2018

Pictures coming soon, several deer already harvested with Bow Season! GO Hunters!

Watt Auction
10/23/2018
Watt Auction

Watt Auction

PUBLIC AUCTION
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd, 2018, begins @ 10 am
2 miles west of Powersville MO, @ 12526 State Hwy M
Tractors sell promptly @ Noon!
Machinery, Tools:
2 Wheel Metal Trailer 5’ long x 3’Wide w/ Dump option; JD 850 Tractor, 5544 Hr; 4’ 3 pt Roto Tiller; Ford 8N Tractor; Cross Cut Saw; Craftsman 1 HP Table Saw; Lawn Seeder; Tool Box w/ tools; 6 Pickup Tires (LTX S2, LT235 80R); Planter w/ Heavy Frame; Hollywood Bike Rack; Sprayer (10’ wide); Box full of Padlocks w/ keys; 16’ long Workbench; NEW Lg Tire Rim; 2 Cutting Torches; Lots of tools & Boxes; Shell Reloader; Hay Fork; ½” Drill Press; Steel Wheels; Antique Level;
Household: Antique Parlor Wood Stove; Kenmore Gas Grill; 10 Gal Glass Jug; Lg Antique Wooden Box; approx. 200 Deck Spindles; Antique Wood Doors (3); Dishes; Books; Bookshelf; Wardrobe; Wooden Storage Cabinet; Full Sized Bed w/ Mattress Set;
Water & Recreation Vehicles: Honda Sm. 4 Wheeler; Catamaran (17’); Fishing Rods & Reels; Deer Stands; Ground Blinds; Lawn Roller; Gas Cans;

LOTS more unlisted items!

~~WATT AUCTION~~ See our website for more pictures! www.wattauction.com and our WATT AUCTION FaceBook Page!
Positive ID required for bidding numbers. Announcements made on date of auction take precedence over all printed matter. Payment due date of auction. Cash or good checks. All property must be settled before removal. All items sold as is, where is. Not responsible in case of accidents. We ask that you take care of your purchases. Food & Restrooms available.
We are not responsible for items after your purchases!
Finis L. Watt, Auctioneer 660-748-6495 or 660 748 5964

Medicine Creek Hunting
10/15/2018

Medicine Creek Hunting

Hunters are coming in,  the weather DEFINITELY is cooler,  and it's my FAVORITE time of the year!!!!
09/28/2018

Hunters are coming in, the weather DEFINITELY is cooler, and it's my FAVORITE time of the year!!!!

See you soon, hunters!!!!!!!!  :-)
09/14/2018

See you soon, hunters!!!!!!!! :-)

🍁🍃 Good Mornin’...HAPPY FRIDAY! 🍂🍁

Country Livin'
09/14/2018

Country Livin'

TWIN deer in our back yard!
09/10/2018

TWIN deer in our back yard!

MDC asks deer hunters to help limit CWD spreadProperly dispose of carcasses and follow laws for deer harvested outside M...
09/10/2018
Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD)

MDC asks deer hunters to help limit CWD spread
Properly dispose of carcasses and follow laws for deer harvested outside Missouri.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds deer hunters that properly disposing of carcasses of harvested deer is important in limiting the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD). MDC also reminds hunters who harvest deer, elk, or moose outside of Missouri and bring the animals back to follow related regulations to help limit the spread of CWD.
CWD is a deadly illness for white-tailed deer and other members of the deer family, called cervids. CWD kills all deer and other cervids it infects. It has no vaccine or cure. CWD is spread from deer to deer through direct contact and through contact with soil, food, and water that have been contaminated through feces, urine, saliva – and carcasses -- of infected deer. Learn more at mdc.mo.gov/cwd.
CWD has been found in Missouri and is slowly spreading. MDC needs the help of hunters to help limit its spread.

Properly dispose of deer carcasses
Carcasses or carcass remains of CWD-infected deer can expose other deer to the disease. Long after infected carcass remains decompose, the soil around the remains can stay infectious, possibly exposing other deer.
To help avoid this exposure risk, MDC recommends the following carcass disposal methods:
• Place in Trash or Landfill: The best way to prevent the spread of CWD is to place carcass remains in trash bags and dispose of them through trash collection or a permitted landfill.
• Bury on Site: If you can’t bag and place in trash or a permitted landfill, bury carcass remains at or near where the deer was harvested. Bury deep enough to prevent access by scavengers. Burial will reduce but not eliminate the risks of spreading CWD.
• Leave on Site: As a last resort, leave carcass remains onsite. While this will not prevent scavengers from scattering potentially infectious parts, the remains will stay on the general area where the deer was taken. If CWD is already present on that area, it will likely remain there and not be moved to another area.
• Do Not Place in Water: It is illegal to dispose of carcasses or remains in streams, ponds, or other bodies of water.
• Do Not Burn: Only commercial incinerators reaching over 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit can generate enough heat for long enough to destroy the prions that cause CWD.

Follow laws for harvested deer and other cervids brought into MO
Hunters who harvest deer, elk, or moose outside of the state and bring the animals back must report the entry into Missouri within 24 hours by calling 877-853-5665, or reporting it online at mdc.mo.gov/carcass. The carcass must be taken to a licensed meat processor or taxidermist within 72 hours of entry.
Hunters just passing through Missouri on their way to another state are exempt from this requirement as long as they are not in Missouri for longer than 24 hours.
The reporting requirement is only for whole carcasses and carcasses that have the head and spinal column attached. Parts that do not require reporting and that are at lower risk for harboring CWD include:
• meat that is cut and wrapped; boned-out-meat;
• quarters or other portions of meat with no parts of the spine or head attached;
• hides or capes from which excess tissue has been removed;
• antlers, including those attached to skull plates; and
• skulls where all muscle and brain tissue has been removed.
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MDC reminds deer hunters that properly disposing of carcasses of harvested deer is important in limiting the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD). MDC also reminds hunters who harvest deer, elk, or moose outside of Missouri and bring the animals back must follow related regulations to help limit the spread of CWD.
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Posted FYI by Shirley & Finis. Please follow the rules for disposal of all waste!!!!!!!! We have a dumpster at our Powersville location! To our hunters............you're WELCOME TO USE IT!!!!!!

Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a deadly illness in white-tailed deer and other members of the deer family, called cervids. CWD kills all deer and other cervids it infects. The disease has been found in Missouri and is slowly spreading. The Missouri Department of Conservation is working with conser...

09/02/2018

Hunters will be arriving soon for their trophy deer! Anxious to see them again!!!!!

Medicine Creek Hunting
09/02/2018

Medicine Creek Hunting

08/28/2018

Coming home tonight, I saw 2 large Bald Eagles, just up the hill from Medicine Creek Bridge! :-)

08/22/2018

Saw an entire family of Turkeys near our home tonight....several young ones! Sorry I didn't find time to get a good picture!

Missouri Farmers Care
08/21/2018

Missouri Farmers Care

This morning Governor Mike Parson, along with the Missouri Department of Agriculture, Missouri Dept. of Conservation and Missouri Department of Natural Resources, announced the availability of water for family farms at 28 Department of Conservation areas and five Department of Natural Resource state parks.

“The Missouri Dept. of Conservation fully understands the severity of the current drought to our agriculture partners. We are prepared to assist by providing water sources to serve livestock producers in the areas of the state most impacted by the drought.” -Drought Liaison Theresa Hyland

Learn more about the emergency water and hay access at: https://dnr.mo.gov/drought.htm

Near our home.  Didn't get the others that were with her!
08/21/2018

Near our home. Didn't get the others that were with her!

07/19/2018
Deep Look • PBS

Deep Look • PBS

Seen up close, the anatomy of a mosquito bite is terrifying. The most dangerous animal in the world uses six needle-like mouthparts to saw into our skin, tap a blood vessel and sometimes leave a dangerous parting gift.

Thanks for all the FREEDOMS we have to celebrate today,  and every day!GOD BLESS THE USA!
07/04/2018

Thanks for all the FREEDOMS we have to celebrate today, and every day!
GOD BLESS THE USA!

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Enjoying the cooler weather and occasional rain?We are certainly!!!See you hunters soon...about 3 months???😂
06/23/2018

Enjoying the cooler weather and occasional rain?
We are certainly!!!
See you hunters soon...about 3 months???😂

Happy Summer!
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Summertime Cottage
06/17/2018

Summertime Cottage

Happy Father’s Day
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And,  before you know it, it will be HUNTING SEASON!🤗
06/15/2018

And, before you know it, it will be HUNTING SEASON!🤗

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Medicine Creek Hunting
06/12/2018

Medicine Creek Hunting

Medicine Creek Hunting
04/30/2018

Medicine Creek Hunting

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04/30/2018

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04/26/2018
Whitetail Mania

Got it?😉

Just a few turns and bam you are there.

Missouri Dept. of Conservation
04/08/2018
Missouri Dept. of Conservation

Missouri Dept. of Conservation

The new cases were from: Adair (3), Cedar (1), Franklin (4), Jefferson (1), Linn (7), Macon (3), Perry (1), Polk (3), St. Clair (4), and Ste. Genevieve (6). More in the post. -- [email protected]

Missouri???
03/21/2018

Missouri???

A little gardening humor . . .

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